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Loan Watch: Campbell, Conor And Co Crushed By Celtic

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Adam Campbell and Conor Newton played for St. Mirren as they were well beaten by Celtic on Sunday

By Dan King - Newcastle United Digital Editor

Scottish Premier League leaders Celtic beat St. Mirren 4-0 on Sunday, with all of the goals coming in the second half.

The Buddies handed Adam Campbell a home debut after he scored on his bow for the club at Kilmarnock, while Conor Newton continued in midfield.

But after a decent first half from the Saints, they were brushed aside in the second with Charlie Mulgrew and Anthony Stokes on target and Kris Commons grabbing two.

Newton played the whole game while Campbell was replaced after 84 minutes.

In Greece, Mehdi Abeid started for Panathinaikos against Panaitolikos but his side lost 1-0.

On Saturday, Romain Amalfitano appeared as an 88th minute for Dijon as they needed a penalty shoot-out to beat amateur side Aubagne in the French Cup after a 3-3 draw.